Actors' Yearbook 2010 2010: Essential Contacts for Stage, Screen and Radio

Actors' Yearbook 2010 2010: Essential Contacts for Stage, Screen and Radio

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By (author) Hilary Lissenden, By (author) Simon Dunmore

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  • Publisher: METHUEN DRAMA
  • Format: Paperback | 512 pages
  • Dimensions: 148mm x 210mm x 33mm | 630g
  • Publication date: 28 September 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 140811562X
  • ISBN 13: 9781408115626
  • Illustrations note: N/A
  • Sales rank: 548,062

Product description

'Actors Yearbook is a map, compass, guide-book. It's indispensable' Simon Callow 'Use of this book will save you time and money' Samuel West 'Indispensable to the young actor' Sir Peter Hall 'A useful guide' Richard Eyre 'The wide range of information and contacts should be a huge help to those undertaking their new journey' Judi Dench 'An excellent guide for those at the outset of their careers' The Stage Actors' Yearbook is a leading contacts directory for finding work in television, film and theatre. It lists contact names and addresses for all sections of the industry, from agents and casting directors to producing theatres, showreel companies and photographers. Articles and commentaries provide a valuable insight into the profession, auditions, interviews and securing work. The information in this edition has been greatly expanded and the companies and individuals listed are hand selected by a team of experts to offer the very best contacts. Entries list the contact person at every company (saving hours of internet research), and other features include a casting calendar, and tax, financial and contractual advice for actors.

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Author information

Simon Dunmore is a theatre director and drama school teacher; Hilary Lissenden is a theatre book editor.

Review quote

'The 2010 edition certainly doesn't disappoint.' The Stage Website (November 2009)